Watch Trailer for Mötley Crüe’s Final Show Film



On New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles, Mötley Crüe played its final show after an impressive 30+ year run that featured questionable fashion moments, internal dust-ups, copious substance abuse and, of course, the creating of multiple rock anthems.

To celebrate that last performance, Mötley Crüe will be releasing a concert film centered around it. In addition to the show itself, fans will also be given special behind the scenes footage and interviews.

Although a release date for the film hasn’t been confirmed, a trailer for it has already emerged. You can watch that below.

In 2015, spoke with Nikki Sixx about his post-Mötley Crüe plans.

“What’s important to me is to never do anything I already did in Mötley Crüe, because I cherish that music, those times and those band members,” said Sixx. “So, I never want to try and replicate that.

“A lot of times, I see people try and do ‘the next thing’ and it’s just kind of the same as the other. [If that were me] I’d think, ‘Well, why not just do Mötley Crüe?’ But why would I do another version of Mötley Crüe? Sixx: A.M. is completely different musically, spiritually, emotionally, visually…and that gives me pride,” he continued. “The people who are coming to see us, are coming to see Sixx: A.M. We don’t play Mötley Crüe music and we never will play Mötley Crüe music. The day Mötley Crüe plays its last show, I will never play another Mötley Crüe song again…even if it’s one I wrote.”